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When one dines at an expensive, resort hotel is it not reasonable to expect superior food and service? That, however, was far from our experience last Saturday night. Although we had a reservation, we were kept waiting while a table was prepared. During our wait...More
September is a great time here with a bit cooler weather. This was my 5th or 6th time at the Tides and it doesn't disappoint. While not high end its a good value and very nice. The staff is very attentive and friendly. The Tommy...More
Checking in was a nightmare. We reserved a package from the call center for the resort which is located in Arizona. The promotional package rate included third night free and no resort fees. When I arrived, the rate was incorrect and they stated that they...More
The front desk ,activity, and maintenance personnel were all very helpful and first class and are a big plus. The folks on the terrace not so much. We had a room in the garden building which although clean and quiet with comfortable bedding was dark...More
I just returned from a girlfriend’s getaway with mixed feelings about the Tides Inn. Although the staff, from the front desk to the main restaurant and the pool was very good the hotel itself needs quite a bit of renovation. There was peeling paint, sliders...More
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Response from Carter B, Manager at The Tides InnResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your review of the Tides. We hope you were able to enjoy some of the many activities we have to offer, and hope that your next visit will bring a much improved experience.
On a lush peninsula in Virginia's historic Northern Neck, the waterfront Tides Inn has welcomed generations of friends and families who cherish the relaxed pace of local life and the Southern ...Morehospitality of our staff. Guests can learn to sail at the on-site sailing school or explore the calm waterways via paddle boards, kayaks and canoes while spotting golden eagles, osprey and herons. The 18-hole Golden Eagle golf course is a pleasantly challenging wooded course with water hazards, and there is also a Par-3 course, tennis, croquet, and spa, plus bicycles for pedaling into town. Our farm-to-table cuisine highlights oysters from the nearby Rappahannock River, and we're located on the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail with several Virginia wineries nearby. Less
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